Posted 25th Dec 2021
Hello I’ve received this email links seems legit order number functions correctly. No money has been taken

What do I do?
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    What’s the email address that’s it’s been sent from
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    Ok, let’s start with a couple of basic questions. Do you have an account with JD Sports and have you ordered anything before? If you go to your account history are there any orders showing there, etc? Without knowing this it’s hard to give you any real advice. What exactly is the problem that you are asking for help with? (edited)
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    BabaGanoush25/12/2021 15:12

    My personal email address no account is attributed to it





    Who sent it. What's the email address
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    It's a fake, don't click on anything.
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    Try the order tracker on the website (don't copy and paste anything, just type it) see if anything is recognised
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    ndyanem25/12/2021 14:55

    What’s the email address that’s it’s been sent from


    My personal email address no account is attributed to it
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    go the dea
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    sm969025/12/2021 16:51

    Try the order tracker on the website (don't copy and paste anything, just …Try the order tracker on the website (don't copy and paste anything, just type it) see if anything is recognised


    Recognises it. I reset my password using the email haven’t received a reset password. Could it be possible used my email by chance?
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    BabaGanoush25/12/2021 18:20

    Recognises it. I reset my password using the email haven’t received a r …Recognises it. I reset my password using the email haven’t received a reset password. Could it be possible used my email by chance?


    Have you actually ordered an item from the JD website?
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    The email MAY be legitimate, as that domain is registered to JD Sports - whois.com/who…com

    However, it is possible they have spoofed the sender (made it look real) - you should try logging on the actual JD Sports site and see if you have an account / order.

    Considering the email doesn’t say to email back, or phone some dodgy number to cancel, I can’t see a scammer getting anything out of sending the mail
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    BabaGanoush25/12/2021 15:12

    My personal email address no account is attributed to it


    BabaGanoush25/12/2021 18:20

    Recognises it. I reset my password using the email haven’t received a r …Recognises it. I reset my password using the email haven’t received a reset password. Could it be possible used my email by chance?


    You say it’s your email address but you don’t have an account attributed (Presumably JD) to it. Then you say you have reset the password. So do you have an account? Or has someone used your email to set up an account?
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    YouAreMySolskjaer26/12/2021 06:22

    You say it’s your email address but you don’t have an account attributed (P …You say it’s your email address but you don’t have an account attributed (Presumably JD) to it. Then you say you have reset the password. So do you have an account? Or has someone used your email to set up an account?



    That’s what I also understand it to mean, I always say to my wife, even if the email address is yours, if you actually don’t have an account then ignore and if you do close the email, open a new browser session and login to the account and check. Never ever click on a link within an email, regardless.
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    I just received something similar.

    From: xgnxgfn643@gmail.com
    Subject: $invoice_no Due. for Item Purchased Dated 15 Nov. 2022 21532754 of item


    Dear, (my email),

    You can check the Invoivce detail under.
    Receipt No:- SDFG63287591

    Appreciative.
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    Look at the order date? Plus the Christmas bit!
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